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SirJpg 06-05-05 02:35 PM

Gf 5900 temps and powermizer :S
 
I´ve just noticed that I have got such tab in my drivers´ control panel... Wasn´t it a feature of mobile cards?? I also have noticed that my card´s temperature growns up if I move the slider to "balanced" or to "performance" from default ( powersavings )
Might be possible even further overclock with this supposed gain in voltages??
By the way, I´m currently using 71.89s dhzeropoint set of drivers

Thanks ^^

ricercar 06-05-05 10:34 PM

I wrote the book on mobile GPUs
 
All GeForce AGP 3.0 GPUs (NV18/28, and NV3x) have a thermal diode, including the GeForceGo (NV18M/28M/31M/34M/36M) mobile GPU series for laptops. I cannot speak to NV41M/43M, but one can safely assume a thermal diode is still included.

However, you won't see the temperature tab on a GeForceGo laptop drivers The laptop OEMs customize the NVIDIA drivers A LOT, because laptop power-saving technology tends to be proprietary (varies from vendor to vendor). Since an OEM manufacturer can save +/- 5 cents per laptop by eliminating such a circuit, many leave it out (however unwisely). Some OEMs hide the thermal sensor reading to prevent the customer from seeing how hot the laptop really runs. YMMV.

SirJpg 06-08-05 12:56 PM

Re: Gf 5900 temps and powermizer :S
 
Finally I have decided to clean old drivers and to install the 77.13s ^^ so no more powermizer :^P

Grechie 06-09-05 09:43 PM

Re: Gf 5900 temps and powermizer :S
 
i wish that my 5900XT had a power temp reading in the nvidia CP...damn


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